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  • News - 21 Mar 2004
    Systems specialist for the building envelope, Schüco International, has supplied for the first time in the UK its high specification PBX AL CNC machining centre to CEP Architectural Facades,...
  • News - 17 Mar 2004
    In today's timber buildings, the trend is toward larger and more efficient constructions, often with aesthetic features. As part of this development it's also important to find effective ways...
  • News - 15 Mar 2004
    A campaign to attract international developers to build nearly 1,000 new homes in Central Milton Keynes (CMK) has been launched at MIPIM, Europe’s largest international property...
  • News - 24 Feb 2004
    Due to the increasing demand for social housing, a new development in Ley Hill, Birmingham will provide 20 houses for the local authority. Constructed on behalf of Birmingham City council, the...
  • News - 16 Feb 2004
    The New Zealand Herald has reported on a new technique of flax-reinforced earth building that is to be used to construct a "sustainable urban village". The village of 30 to 60 homes is to...
  • News - 11 Feb 2004
    What happens when a grand but disused 114 year old stone building is in the way of progress. Unfortunately they tend to get pulled down but residents of a town in Idaho, USA had other ideas for the...
  • News - 1 Feb 2004
    With severe weather warnings and snow forecast for later in the week, the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) is advising householders to make some important checks on their homes to avoid problems...
  • News - 22 Dec 2003
    The results of a new research project could lead to multi-million pound savings in the long-term management of large panel system buildings. A consortium of companies are addressing discrepancies in...
  • News - 22 Dec 2003
    Garrick House, Burkes Road in Beaconsfield, is a brand new luxury, detached house, with an amazing price tag of £3.5 million. Constructed on behalf of Countryside Properties by main contractors...
  • News - 19 Dec 2003
    The National Building Museum in Washington, D.C. has a new exhibit that looks at future applications for masonry materials. Masonry encompasses some of the world’s oldest building materials...

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